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FOX News
Sep 8, 2010 3:00pm EDT
, everybody. i appreciate it. tomorrow on the program, ed rendell. i'm meg gi megyn kelly. >> arlington, texas. six flags over texas and as he mentioned the water is just coming through in unbelievable force. look at that. these pictures courtesy of kdfw, fox 4 for the dallas metro. arlington is right between fort worth and dallas. south of interstate 30. north of interstate 20. and the flooding is stunning to see. trace gallagher in los angeles and watching it along with us as is our meteorologist in the weather center. who is in there today? rick reichmuth is there. rick, this thing is nuts. >> incredible. you know what, get a storm like this. came out of no where, hermine and was not over the water a long time before making landfall. this area doesn't get this kind of rain this often and some areas have seen over 12 inches of rain and a lot of areas five to eight inches. a vast area normally extremely dry and when the ground is that dry it doesn't absorb the water it runs off quickly and that is what we are seeing. there is a lot more rain still to be had across texas and it is slowly movin
Univision
Sep 19, 2010 6:30pm PDT
quote gobernadores de texas y arizona de una cumbre fronteriza, se alistan para discutir varios tÓpicos. entre ellos la seguridad en la frontera. [♪mÚsica♪] >> los 33 mineros atrapados en el yacimiento a mÁs de 700 metros de profundidad festejaron el aniversario 200 de la independencia de chile. [♪mÚsica♪] >> y luego de 30 aÑos y miles de millas de distancia, una madre colombiana se reencuentra con su hija que no habla espaÑol. [♪mÚsica♪] >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana. [♪mÚsica♪] >> hola, quÉ tal? bienvenidos a esta, nuestra primera ediciÓn de noticias. >> muy buenas atardes. como siempre, gracias por compartir con nosotros este domingo. empezamos en mÉxico donde siiguen recuperÁndose de los remanentes del huracÁn karl y la etapa crÍtica estÁ lejos de recuperarse. la ciudad de veracruz resultÓ aislada. varios rÍos se desbordaron obligando a la evacuaciÓn de miles de familias que sÓlo lograron salvar pocas pertenencias. y segÚn nos cuenta nuestro enviado especial, el peligro aÚn estÁ lejos de terminar. >> en efecto, los daÑos del huracÁn karl
CSPAN
Sep 28, 2010 8:00pm EDT
from texas, mr. brady. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. brady: thanks, mr. speaker. i'd like to thank my friend from new jersey, mr. lobiondo, for yielding. i rise in support of the audit the b.p. fund act 2010. i urge support for the bill that will provide for an ongoing independent government accountability office invest audit of the operations of the compensation fund created by b.p. to reimburse those who were harmed by the b.p. deepwater horizon oil spill in the gulf of mexico beginning on april 20, 2010. the bill specifically determines the effectiveness, including the timeliness of claims payments and the acura soif the operations and the amount of money compensated. i believe the b.p. fund was established to make whole those who have damaged or destroyed by the disaster. $20 million is a tremendous amount of money and can go a long way to compensate gulf coast victims of the spill. we must ensure the compensation is done fairly, without bias, political pressure or fraud. we have heard complaints from state and local attorneys critical of overly rest
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. officials in southern texas are already distributing the sandbags. warning about possible flash flooding. flax is now ashore and it is producing some pretty heavy rain, tapping into the weather but networks in texas, we can take you around the country. look at the amount of rain and temperatures right now. wind gusts in the last few minutes, south padre island in brownsville. looking at the rainfall, over 2.5 inches, it might get up to 9 inches in some spots, over 50 miles per hour in wind gusts. the temperature right now is 75 degrees and the rainfall is well over 1 inch. here's how it looks from the regional radar. here is where the waves are. remember when we had the hurricane last week? 20 foot to 30 foot seas in the atlantic, there are some strong waves but fortunately nothing around the new orleans area or in the central gulf, where they still have to deal with that terrible oil spill. just having come ashore, moving towards the north northwest, it will follow a track through texas, spreading some mighty rainfall through the heart of texas. tomorrow more flooding could be possible.
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 4:30am EDT
is been cited on two misdemeanor charges. >>> and in texas the state fair's big awards are about fattening fried foods, almost anything you can think of. the prize for the most healthy, a club salad rolled in a spinach wrap fried to perfection, but the crowd favorite fried beer, a deep fried pretzel dow filled with warm beer which can double as a dipping sauce. brilliant. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc's meteorologist scott williams. >> everything's big in texas. >> talking about food. >> speaking of texas, folks, we do have a tropical storm that is bearing down over the lone star state and it's bringing a lot of heavy rainfall. it made landfall last night sought of texas. right now tropical storm hermine is working its way. it's bringing heavy rain as it continues to move inland it will weaken but we'll still be stuck with the heavy amounts of rainfall across texas and then eventually moving toward parts of oklahoma in the days to come, so just keep that in mind as you watch the rain continue to come in. heavy amounts of rainfall, embedded amounts
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 4:30am EDT
south texas. it came ashore in last night. hermine could bring as much as a foot of rain. some areas still recovering from hurricane alex back in june. a tropical storm warning is still in effect for part of texas. we were sitting here yesterday when it became a tropical storm. that organized quickly. >> it was near the land mass of mexico and south texas, it went inland quickly. it is bringing a lot of rain to south texas. good morning, i'm tom kierein. as we approach 4:51 early on this tuesday morning, there's the washington monument under a clear sky. national airport at 70 degrees. not very humid, light southwesterly breeze and that should warm us up today. the southerly wind into the mid and upper 8 0e's. it's a cool morning in prince george's county. in arlington, fairfax, montgomery, mid-60s as well. panhandle of west virginia, much of the shenandoah valley and blue ridge to the east of the blue ridge along the foothills of the blue ridge mountains on the eastern shore away from the waters it's near 60. near the beaches and around the bay it's near 70. in west virginia, many l
NBC
Sep 28, 2010 12:00pm EDT
on advertising. coming up, tense moments at a texas university after a shooting into the library. the danger might not be over. a freak accident on a subway killed the man who owned the company. details are coming up. and we answer your gardening questions. e-mail them to us at wba >> a gunman on the list apple -- by gunmen on the belly is at the university of texas is -- a gunman on the loose at the university of texas is now dead from self-inflicted wounds. the university remains on a block down -- lockdown. the owner of the segway company has now died after accidentally writing a -- riding a segway into the water. >> it has been quite an active whether morning. we had tornadoes on the eastern shore earlier. since then, that activity has moved on to delaware and the north. we will have your 7 day forecast coming up. right now, it is 79 degrees downtown. >> one of our favorite people >> one of our favorite people from valley view farms is h four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then
PBS
Sep 7, 2010 10:30pm PDT
luke's episcopal health charities. >> hello and welcome to the texas lyceum "great debate" series. i'm krys boyd with kera and the texas lyceum. how can healthcare be affordable for texans? it's a question how we craft public policy, set community priorities and make personal decisions. joining us to talk about what texans will have to consider in taking action to make healthcare affordable we have four panelists, lovell jones is director of the center for research on minority health at md anderson cancer center. paul keckley is the executive director of the deloitte center for health solutions the healthcare research arm of deloitte llp. pauline rosenau is the professor of management policy and community health at the texas school of health and andrew von eschenbach is director, senior director for strategic initiatives at the center for health transforms. great to have you all with us. we have to start a discussion like with some definitions what does it mean for consumers of healthcare that it is affordable? >> we serve thousands of consumers. and when we ask that question, they
FOX News
Sep 22, 2010 4:00pm EDT
. >>guest: you will have on this show the governor of texas, the president of the country of georgia, they are far more free market-oriented than the people in washington, dc, and the people of detroit, who are taking federal dollars and giving it to the politician whose gave it to them. >>neil: say you are against everything, from every fiber and they are a viable company, because we bailed them out. but as such, they still around. and this is what companies can do. >>guest: i don't question the lawfulness and agree with the supreme court decision. the constitution permits people to pool their funds and contribute to political candidates. what has the appearance of impropriety is when people vote to give federal dollars to a company and the company gives federal dollars back. >>neil: you hit the nail on the head. this is about appearance and propriety and common sense than the letter of the law. a company whose bailout was controversial and ended up doing in a federal rescue what it would have done in a bankruptcy anyway without federal dollars but in this case with the help of $86
CSPAN
Sep 15, 2010 1:00pm EDT
from texas. ms. johnson: i rise in strong support of h.r. 5282, a bill introduced by the gentleman from georgia, mr. barrow, to provide a five-year authorization for the corps of engineers veterans occuration program. h.r. 5282 is a worthy piece of legislation. it provides job training for our veterans. it helps to record and protect our nation's cultural resources and it assists the corps in fulfilling its obligation to protect our nation's cultural and historical legacy. thousands upon thousands of artifacts rests on catalog in hundreds of museums and federal depositories across the country. these objects represent our past and help to describe who we are today. it is therefore a cultural imperative that we preserve and understand these pieces. it is also a matter of law and policy that we do so. the program located at labs in georgia, the district of columbia and missouri provides veterans with a skill set to preserve the many cultural and historical artifacts encountered by the corps of engineers. these employees gain valuable work still -- skills in a host of areas, including compu
FOX
Sep 9, 2010 10:00pm EDT
hermine, 10 to 15 inches of rain across many places in texas. dallas got 6 1/2 inches of rain yesterday. they had a couple tornadoes west of downtown as well. this little bit of moisture is trying to dry up, but it will get a boost through the weekend as the frontal system approaches and kind of enhances the moisture. we'll take you into the future and see what happens with hermine's rain because we do believe it will pay a bit of a visit to d.c. getting absorbed in the next frontal system but not friday or saturday. saturday at 6:00 perhaps a couple showers out to our west pausing this sunday, 6:00 in the morning, could be a rumble of thunder and and this is a pretty good amount of shower activity. i wouldn't call it the soaking that busts any kind of drought, but it will help. what happens by 3:00? it's out of here. we're drying up fedex field and it looks like things will look pretty good. so saturday 80 degrees, lots of sunshine. sunday a little wetter but they should clear out by later in the day. here's your five-day forecast. we get a little bit more humid saturday, too but you k
MSNBC
Sep 23, 2010 2:00pm EDT
textbooks in texas have a pro-islam bias? we're not talking about a small church or a little congregation. this is the school board in the state of texas. they've touched off a new debate. and later, the head of facebook giving a lot of money. what he makes, we can all comfortably say he is super rich. and he is giving away on oprah's show, mind you, a lot of money. wii going to talk about it. [ female announcer ] you use the healing power of touch every day. ♪ now the healing power of touch just got more powerful. introducing precise from the makers of tylenol. precise pain relieving cream works quickly to activate sensory receptors. it helps block pain signals fast for relief you can feel precisely where you need it most. precise. only from the makers of tylenol. >>> major changes are coming to the newark, new jersey, public school system. thanks to a donation of $100 million. the money is coming from 26-year-old billionaire and facebook founder mark zuckerberg. understandably the city is thrilled. the big question is how will the money be spent. ron allen now joins us. before we talk
CBS
Sep 12, 2010 7:00pm PDT
minutes." one of those patients is steven watters, a college administrator in lufkin, texas, who, six months before we met him, received maybe the worst diagnosis imaginable. he has a.l.s., amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as lou gehrig's disease. about 30,000 americans have a.l.s. at any given time. and like watters, they all will die, most within five years, as their nervous system gradually disconnects from their muscles. >> steven watters: everything just takes a little longer. i just set things up to where it requires minimal manual effort. just handling personal hygiene is difficult-- teeth brushing, flossing, very difficult, time- consuming. so you just make the adaptations that you can and go on. >> pelley: eventually, watters will be able to move nothing but his eyes. the same fate is ahead of michael martin, who also has a.l.s. martin has nearly lost any ability to speak, and very soon, he won't be able to walk. i wonder what it was that your regular doctor back home told you about your disease and what your prospects were. >> michael martin: he said i had about two
NBC
Sep 6, 2010 4:00am PDT
heavy rainfall into texas over the next couple of days. maximum sustained winds with hermine at 40 miles per hour. as we look at the radar, you can already see some of the rain starting to make its way into south texas. not the best of beach days along the texas coast. quiet conditions in the northeast, moving into new england, chilly to start. 64 in atlanta. denver checking in at 56 degrees. denver today 72 degrees. washington, d.c. a high of 84, 81, km forthable conditions in new york city. bostpacific northwest. all in all you can see cloud cover in portland, 67 for the high temperature. san diego, upper 60s with a mixture of sun and clouds." that's a look at your regional weather. lynn. >> scott, thank you. >>> well, the issues ahead this week on wall street. and a former hp big shot checks out the competition. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, the critics learn this weekend at the box office never underestimate the drawing power of the heavy weight hollywood star. >>> red sox try to avoid a sweep, a bizarre ending for the rangers, and a tradition th
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2010 5:00am EDT
. >>> good morning, everyone. active weather map, texas is getting drenched. this is a remainder of our tropical storm from yesterday. we have a strong cold front racing to the east coast. that's responsible for the wind and fires up there in detroit. but i think the worst of it is down here in texas. we've had a lot of flooding overnight from austin northward and now that heavy rain is arriving in the dallas/ft. worth area, too. some spots have estimated up to 8 to 10 inches of rain. we have evacuees in one mobile home park. we have reports of bridges watched out. interstate 35 is closed in the southbound lane near austin. here is a look at the rainfall estimates. this is austin down here. your orange color, about 3 to 4 inches. we have highlighted areas. as much as 8 to 6 inches of rain in only a short period of time. in texas, that usually means flash floodling. you'll notice, that's right along the edge of the highway here. interstate 35 is going to be difficult to move up and down during the day today. rainfall totals, this is how much more i expect during the day today. areas of y
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 4:30am EDT
that heavy rain threat down through texas all day long. look at the spin here and the swirl, sucking up the moisture in the gulf over the top of dlaks. you're going to get soaked all day. our computers are estimating at least as much as three to four inches of rain in between abilene and ft. worth. texas is soggy. enjoy one more day of summer weather with near 90 degree weather from new york to d.c. but here's that cool stuff back in the northern plains that will head to the east coast tomorrow. that's a look at the national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. you can see the temperature differential. atlanta today, another 90 degrees. but look at milwaukee, a high today of only 68. your morning lows will be chilly there in the 40s and 50s in much of wisconsin. lynn, when we come back, i'll let you know how much cooler you'll expect it to be. it's all about you today. we're going to give the lynn forecast. >> and everybody else on the eastern seaboard. thank you, bill. >>> well, a rude return on wall street, big breakfast plans, and what's in a word or more a
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 4:00am EDT
that heavy rain threat down through texas all day long. look at the spin and the swirl. you're going to get soaked all day. our computers are estimating at least as much as three to four inches of rain from abilene to ft. worth. texas is soggy. enjoy one more day of summer weather. but here's that cool stuff back in the northern plains that will head to the east coast tomorrow. that's a look at the national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. you can see the temperature differential. look at milwaukee, a high of 68. your morning lows will be chilly in the and 50s in much of wisconsin. lynn, when we come back, i'll let you know how much cooler it's expected to be. it's all about you today. we're going to give the lynn forecast. >> and everybody el on the even seaboard. okay. thank you, bill. >>> well, a rude return on wall street, big breakfast plans, and what's in the word, more accurately a nonword. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, he's known for keeping his emotions in check on the field, but according to reports the same can'
FOX News
Sep 18, 2010 3:00pm EDT
of "we live together" ordered for texas and first published in 2002. and is still used today in second grade classrooms. it might be the standard in el paso but fox news discovered the 2003 edition in a small town in new jersey. >> if you thought a child would believe that there are two thanksgivings for the whole country, i think that is highly unlikely. the way the book is written. >> pages 46 through 49, it says this first thanksgiving was all about a lack of water for people walking up theel camino real pass in 1598. the pilgrims in the may flower are not mentioned until pages 136 through 139. >> they came to america for a better life. the pilgrims landed in plymouth. >> to make sure people have an equal opportunity in the country so textbooks reflect that. saying the -- a leader in that area. >> james banks is the lead author of "we live together" and says banks was a prominent community for 1993's reflecting diversity and multi-cultural guidelines for educational publishing professionals. >> you develop guidelines at that time for mcmillan and mcgraw-hill, early 1990s, it would d
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 12:00pm EDT
hours ago in shout texas skirting the texas, mexico border. the reason we're discussing hermine, let's take a look at first warning doppler radar. they are getting soaked in south texas, right over san antonio. you can see the center of the low. now, the question is can any of this moisture attach that front and get in here? why are we concern. not because this might rain. we need the rain. we're concerned because we have tinder box dry conditions, an alert for basically two thirds of the southeastern shore -- eastern shore, south of delaware and jersey. it's been bone dry. we really need to get some rain. so the question is can we get some moisture from hermine here into the mid-atlantic later this week. meteorologist bernadette woods will discuss this. >>> the loyal university community is mourning the death of one of their young students. the student was found unresponsive in his dorm room last night and pronounced dead at a union memorial hospital. the boy's family said he suffered from a heart condition. it's unclear if that's related to his death. >>> president barack obama is
FOX News
Sep 18, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. it was ordered for texas and first published in 2002. it's still used today in second grade classrooms. two thanksgivings might be the standard in el paso but fox news reporting discovered this 2003 edition in a small town in new jersey. >> if you were to think that a child would believe that there are two thanksgivings for the whole country, i think that's highly unlikely that the way that the book is written. >> here on pages 46 through 49, we live together says the first thanksgiving was all about a lack of water for people walking up the el camino path in 1598. the pilgrims in the may flower aren't mentioned pages 136 through 139. >> they came to america for a better life. the pilgrims built a colony built plymouth. >> we are trying to make sure everybody has an equal opportunity in this country so the textbooks reflect that. james banks a leader in that area. >> james banks is the lead author of "we live together." he says banks was a prominent consultant for 1993's reflecting diversity. multi cultural guidelines for educational publishing professionals. >> he developed guidelines at t
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2010 2:00pm EDT
the texas board of education voted 7-6 to approve a resolution limiting references to islam in future textbooks. some board members argued they should be barred from school because they contained an anti-christian slant. >> i am try be patient. but we do have important business. and this is not a trial. >> nbc's charles hadlock joins us from texas. aust austin, texas, he's on the phone. 7-6 they approve the resolution. what does it mean? will somebody now count the number of times islam is mentioned as opposed to christianity? >> that's what the writer of the resolution did. he went through the textbooks and counted the number of times that islam was mentioned and counted the times that christian was mentioned. he looked at what kind of light was painted by the publisher. this is called the balance dream of religious groups in texas. it accuses publishers of dedicating too much space and sugar coating islam over christianity. the vote was very close. some members were concerned about the accuracy of this resolution. they wanted the texas education agency to vet it. that was voted down
CNN
Sep 28, 2010 11:00am EDT
>>> we're in the middle of breaking news here at cnn. it's happening in austin texas, on the university of texas in austin. about 8:25 gunfire at the library. we know that there is one gunman who has a self-inflicted wound that killed him. he's dead. the question is whether or not there's a second gunman out there. multiple shots were fired. we've heard from some witnesses who said perhaps as many as seven. as far as we know, there's just one gunman and that gunman is dead. but police are looking for or checking to see, actually, if there is a second gunman. that has placed this campus on lockdown. i want to bring in professor garcia at the university of texas. professor garcia thank you for joining us. let me start out by asking you if you heard, saw anything this morning when this took place? >> good morning. actually, no i didn't see anything. we first received word across campus via a text message alert system that the university has in place and that was approximately at 8:30 this morning. shortly thereafter we started hearing the campus sirens going off and that
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2010 11:00am EDT
on the university of texas austin campus and fired a number of rounds in the air and then turned the weapon on himself, killing himself and also reports of a second shooter. thomas, you and i and many of your listeners will remember on that campus when charles whitman climbed atop a tower to kill 14 and wounded 32. that campus has a terrible history of bad things happening. it's been 44 years. hopefully this will be resolved with no one else being injured. >> clint, also describe the scope of the search that goes on when looking for a second gunman when talking about the university of texas which is the largest campus in the country. >> they already sent out electronic message and all of these new security measures have by and large come after the university, i'm sorry, the virginia tech shooting. at that time. but now we've got the ability to send out a message campus wide on a telephone, e-mail, things such as this and it's told all students, faculty, staff, wherever you're at, hunker down. lock yourself down and don't come on campus. in the meantime, you have the very large and very good
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2010 5:30am EDT
thursday. the big weather story overnight has been in texas. that's where horrendous flooding has been undergoing. one person was killed in killeen, texas. i-35 is closed southbound heading down from dallas. and dallas/ft. worth is going to get soaked this morning. i'm sure there will be major airport delays there, also. rainfall estimates of 7 to 8 inches of rain overnight in texas. in texas, that means a lot of flash flooding. so your forecast, texas to oklahoma is wet. chicago looks great. much of the east coast is just fine. just one more day of summer around here. >> bill karins declares the end of summer today. >> that's it. put away your jean shorts. >> i'll never put away my jean shorts. >>> for sports, finally, good news for tiger woods. tiger was selected to the ryder cup team as one of the captain's picks. despite the fact that he's finished no better than fourth in any tournament this year, this will be the sixth ryder cup appointment for wood, but the first in which he needed to be picked. >>> tennis now, the fourth round of the u.s. open, rafael nadal doing his best roger
PBS
Sep 3, 2010 2:00pm PDT
more than 1200 executions in the u.s. in texas, a state where more than one-third of u.s. executions have taken place, a british woman could be put to death for a crime she says she did not commit. campaigners for linda say her original trial was flawed and her lawyers are pressing for a retrial. peter marshall has been to texas to meet her. ♪ ♪ [singing "amazing grace"] >> death row texas, the state with the busiest execution chamber. since the bet kelsey was restored -- death penalty was restored, texas has put together -- put to death numerous people. ♪ >> next in line for the lethal injection is linda. >> it is a song that means -- it puts a smile on my heart. >> what is life like in here? >> hellish. in it is a nightmare. it is basically a place you don't want to be. sometimes you hope you can just blank and it would go away, but it is also reality of the situation. >> dacron have been in a houston suburb 10 years ago -- the crime happened in a houston suburb. three armed men gathered outside this complex and burst in on a neighboring family. this is what the prosecution s
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 4:30am EDT
>>> storm surge. hermine's aftermath reeks havoc in texas and oklahoma. >>> burning backlash. the state department tells u.s. embassies to prepare for the worst. two days before a florida preacher plans to burn islam's holy book. >>> and spears sued. a former bodyguard hits the pop princess with a lawsuit and some disturbing allegations. this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, september 9, 2010. >>> and good morning, everyone. good to see you. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. remnants of tropical storm of hermine are still carrying heavy rains and the threat of flooding today. strong thunderstorms poured heavy rain into oklahoma and there are reports of at least two tornado sightings in texas. an eyewitness grabbed this shot of a tornado on his iphone. several twisters touched down causing property damage. at least one person was injured. a truck's whose rig was slammed into a paint warehouse. the lone star state got at much as 10 inches in the lone star state. don teague has more. >> reporter: a dramatic scene in arlington, texas, where torrential rain turned a cr
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 5:30pm EDT
in texas. in the rio grande valley. most without electricity tonight. blame tropical storm hermine for pulling the plug. the storm hit south texas last night bringing heavy rains. the real concern now is flooding. hermine is expected to dump about a foot of rain in some areas as she pushes forward. >> i thought i would get the sandbags ready and probably just go get a couple of groceries and items because the last time that we had a hurricane i really was not prepared. >> hermine has been losing her punch as she moves northward through the center of texas. >>> interesting, u.s. strike in south texas. hermine coming in, dumping the rain there. just the opposite here. bone dry. in fact, the fire weather watch up for tomorrow from the national weather service. because of this dry weather and windy conditions we spent tomorrow. 93 at the inner harbor for a high today. how's that? 88 annapolis. 93 dc. hot out towards winchester, virginia. 95. we've been hotter than this. we've been as high as 100 or so in baltimore on this date. still a very warm day. sunny skies all across meryl. deep
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 12:00pm EDT
to that? >>> there are concerns about flooding in south texas after tropical storm hermine came ashore. the weather system threatens to bring more than a foot of rain to galveston. sandra hughs has more. the storm blew up from a tropical depression to near hurricane force in less than a day. residents along the texas coast had little time to prepare. >> came up from mexico and it is different for sure. >> reporter: some tourists cleared out. >> it is jam packed yesterday and then when we came back from lunch it was like a ghost town. local communities distributed sandbags and closed schools as a precaution. hermine hit south texas overnight with winds reaching 65 miles an hour. thousands of homes lost electricity, but flooding is the biggest worry. >> the storm is inland, we will be talking about a lot of rain. anywhere from brownsville and corpus christi, texas to san antonio and austin, maybe as far as houston. some areas might see up to a foot of rain. >> reporter: flooding forced some residents to their rooftops in mexico, just across the border where the storm made land fall on mo
CBS
Sep 8, 2010 4:30am EDT
as the front pushes through here. we are talking about hermine in texas. it is spinning here. all the rains in knot central texas. the moisture will move east but the front is bringing us more in the way of cooler, drier air as we head in to tomorrow and friday and the front will continue to push through us without much fanfare expected and you will enjoy the air mass coming in. as far as the seven-day forecast, how about the weekend? it is going to warm up from the 70s, mid-70s on friday to the upper 70s and actually 80s on saturday. saturday looks nice. sunday here's another system. some showers an, only 80. right now they should be out of here in time for the redskins game and nice on monday and tuesday. it is 4:50. happy wednesday. >> back at you, howard. we are waking up with one boo- boo on the map. it is actually a water main break on 410 at 295. we know only the right lane of traffic is getting by in both directions. give the crews the room they need. the outer loop we go. we are in great flame 95 to 270. returning to the maps, route 4, route 5, 301, looks like all of these roads a
CSPAN
Sep 29, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back. the gentleman from texas. mr. brady: i reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from michigan. mr. levin: mr. speaker, it's now my pleasure, a deep privilege to yield a minute to our distinguished speaker, nancy pelosi. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. the speaker: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank you for the recognition and of yielding of time from the distinguished chairman of the ways and means committee. w and means committee. i think him for bringing this legislation to the floor and i thank mr. murphy -- bipartisan murphys for their leadership in this important legislation. mr. speaker, for so many years, we have watched china-u.s. trade deficit grow and grow and grow. and today, we are finally doing something about it by recognizing that china's manipulation of the currency represents a subsidy for chinese -- exports coming to the united states and elsewhere. many of us have been working on this issue for decades. 20 years ago, when the issue of china trade was before the
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 5:00pm EDT
to texas, with winds just above 60 miles per hour. the storm has been felt nearly 400 miles up the texas coast. in galveston, a woman drowned in the recurrent start up by the storm. -- rit read current stirred up by the storm. >> all our power and no refrigerator, no telephone. our food is going to go bad. >> residents of flood prone southern texas are ready. the soldiers and municipal employees handed out sandbags to residents of they can't protect their homes. >> i thought i would get the stand right -- so they can protect their homes. >> i thought i would go get groceries because last time i was not that prepared. >> the rio grande valley is proving that it can take it. >> and hermine is moving through the northwest area of texas. >> hermine is weakening at this moment. >> a first look at the tropical storm in our local forecasts. >> very impressive features. hermine is still a tropical storm even though it has south wins over texas. the rain. close-up of san antonio has had more rain in just this the day today than it has had in the past six weeks. on the western side those skinny li
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 4:30am EDT
in texas and oklahoma are trying to piece their lives back together. our time is coming up on 4:42. here's tom with the latest. >> delightful morning. the skies are clear. really winds will start to pick up this afternoon. we had wind gusts over 20 to 25 miles an hour yesterday. look at the numbers outside. it is really nice. this is the beginning of a couple of cool mornings and delightful days. high pressure will be in control. winds will pick up throughout the day. your day at a glance, how about 74 at the noon hour. it gets much better. úápáñ >>> welcome back to 9 news now. cleanup efforts continue in oklahoma and texas after tropical storm hermine dumped on the region. the storm brought flash flooding, tornadoes and forced 100 high-water rescues. as sandra hughs reports, hermine is also responsible for at least two deaths. >> reporter: the lashing from tropical storm hermine's a aftermath keeps coming. this damage in dallas came from what is believed to be a tornado, spawned by the bad weather left in the storm's wake. six flags in arlington, texas had to close when a creek over
FOX News
Sep 19, 2010 3:00pm EDT
in the lone star state. battleground texas round two. in 2009, fox news reporting rtin coverage of the state board education had a heated debate. >> somebody has to stand up to experts. >> this is a fox news alert. hello, any moment now we expect to hear from the american hiker who spent 13 long months inside an iranian prison. share raw shored is -- sarah shourd is her name, and she is about to hold a news conference at her hotel. she arrived back in the u.s. this morning after stopping off in oman. she leaves behind, however, her fiancee and their friend. booth -- both are being detained in tehran. it is a charge that they and the u.s. government deny. the three americans insist they were simply hiking along the iraq-iran border, and if they crossed into iran they did so accidentally. shourd was freed on tuesday after they poked a $500,000 bail, the source of which has not been disclosed. let's listen. >> i would like to introduce everyone. nora? >> after 410 days in a prison, sarah is free at last. i am filled with joy and relief that my daughter is home, but my heart is still heavy with
FOX News
Sep 19, 2010 9:00pm EDT
) >> battle ground texas round two in 2009 fox news reporting heated debate over science standards how to teach evolution. >> somebody has to stand up to experts. >> this year board members were back in office butting heads once again this time over who and what should be included in the state's social studies standards and explosive updates that take you inside the dramatic finale. >> you can put them where the sun doesn't shine. >> i won't be a part of this history. >> as one of the nation's two large ers pst buyers in textbooy decide what impacts them and the largest publishers pearson, holt myth and hartford and mcgraw hill have once again declined our interview requests. from 1985 to 2009 the student population public elementary and high schools rose from 39 million to 50 million. that is estimate to do grow another 9 percent by 2017. there is some good news about handling this growing number, though. for inned kindergarten through 12th grade the average public schoolteacher salary is now a respectable $51,000. overall ratio of teacher to pupils of 1-16. the bad news... >> we have
FOX News
Sep 28, 2010 9:00am EDT
in a landslide in mexico. bill: in the state of texas, austin, texas, university of texas reports a gunman is inside the campus library in austin, texas. our local fox affiliate now headed to the scene. more as we get this: an alert has gone out campus-wide, stay in place, lock your doors. we are in touch with the people in austin. more on that story in a matter of moments. martha: in the meantime outrage after scuba divers discovered that a piece of world war ii history had been vandalized. the u.s. s. yemens was attacked off the coast of observing now wra -- okinawa. with it when it sank were the bodies of 60 american sailors. veterans say to touch this ship on the floor of the ocean is like robbing a grave. unknown thieves have been lieutenanting collectibles from the ship. we have the u.s. service warfare officer. good to have you with us, sir, welcome. >> my pleasure. martha: what has been taken from the ship? martha: they are still doing an investigation on that, the naval criminal investigative services. we know the ship's plaque was taken, and it's date of commissioning, its name
KRON
Sep 6, 2010 5:00pm PDT
mexico/texas. officials in texas are giving up sandbags and warnings of flash flood. you are looking at a satellite imagery that will probably make landfall overnight. just south of the mexico slashed taxes for the could bring 1 ft. of rain fall! mexico/texas roberb. and a formr army worker three hostages today in georgia. and he was a eventually persuaded to surrender, peacefully. no injuries, this was and ford stored southwest of some >> . the hostages were able to calmed down the man is not sure what charges will face. also in georgia, three deputies were being pulleoff praise for pullia man from a burning fire. with fire extinguishers, this is really touch and go. and they would just clear up again, this was all caught from a-ca-board , and a 50 year-old man. >> and do you remember that jet bleue flight attendant? >> this saturday, that stephen sleekeis no longer an employee d not give any details. prompting online speculation that he was fired however, his attorney has said that the former flight attendant was not fired, he resigned. last wednesday. and on august 9th, he was goi
KRON
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm PDT
touchdown in the dallas texas area. one slammed a big rig into a warehouse. the remanence of tropical storm hermine led to 100 high water rescues in texas and oklahoma. two people are dead. the massive wild fire near boulder colorado is 10% contained tonight. four people are missing, 135 homes destroyed and 3,000 people evacuated. the cause still unknown. day 36 for the trapped minors in chile. a camp site is growing above ground with loved ones refusing to leave the site. the minors are getting ointments since many have scrapes and skin sores. >> announcer: warming trend as we head into the weekend, i will have details on that in a few minutes. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons. and a braking system tough enough to bring it all to a stop. heavy duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready. baccalaureate. correct. [ audience groans ] since this competition has bee
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 12:00pm EDT
through south texas. we will let you know when we can expect rain at home. there is a beautiful shot of one of the bridges. we had so many of them around here. >> carrie engel from valley view farms is here to answer the plant and gardening questions. alert,"day's "medical you been irritated when your significant other takes food from your plate? whatever is, most of us at some sort of conflict in relationships over food. what do you do when they heat up? >> we do it three times a day, so it is no wonder that everyone has a complete when it comes to what or how they're significant other east. >> i decided to eat healthier and she was not too happy. >> i like a little bit of spice. >> they can go from the superficial conflicts to something more serious. they can truly affect our relationships. >> a lot of us have deep, emotional ties to food. >> this counselor specializes in eating disorders and says she sees trouble spotting over food on a regular basis. -- she sees couples fighting over food on a regular basis. >> what they need to do is find ways to understand what the problem is.
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 12:00pm EDT
details when they're available to us. >>> and still to come at noon, texas tornadoes, a series of storms cut a path of destruction through texas. >>ed to braid -- todd brady was in a car crash. how serious was the accident. >>> we'll be back with the first warning weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> more crews on the way to fight the colorado wildfire. the blaze has destroyed 130 homes. 3500 people in boulder were told to leave. some may return today, but the weather and fire conditions could worsen tonight and tomorrow. >>> the remnants of hermine moved start north after causing damage in texas. one tornado picked up a tractor trailer off of the ground. the driver is recovering at a hospital. and also, in arlington, six flags closed and further south, two motorists were killed. >>> the labor department says that the number of people requesting employment benefits fell this week to 471,000. that's mar than 20,000 fewer than last week. the numbers suggest that the numbers are week, but the economy could continue to grow throughout the rest of the year. >>> investors appear to be happ
Univision
Sep 8, 2010 11:30pm EDT
debilitÁndose pero causado más daÑo en el norte de texas que en el sur de ese estado. univ-uáánoáánot univ-ultimh@áán dos muertes.hoáánot univ-ultima que tocaron tierra, un panorama pasado por agua y por el viento. >> ayÚdenme a salir! el agua le llegÓ por aquÍ.not u >> noviembre esto una inundaciÓn como Ésta se 20 aÑos. >> vinieron los bomberos a decirnos que si querÍamos salir o promoviÉramos unos carros.hoát no alcanzaron a resguardarse.áá ho los otros tornados tocaron Áreas rurales. >> herltim causÓ la evacuación de miles de personas, ahora se dirige a oklahoma, los pronÓsticos y 12 pulgadas en algunas zonas es mucha lluvia para tan poco tiempo. >> mucha lluvia en texas. hablando de agua, el sur de mÉxico las lluvias se han prolongado por varios dÍas produciendo inundaciones en cuatro estados del sur del paÍs donde miles de personas han tenido que abandonar sus viviendas. desde veracruz tenemos imÁgenes. >> las imÁgenes hablan por sÍ solas, son kilÓmetros afectados por los rebordes de los rÍos. cientos de comunidades estÁn bajo el agua. >> ver las calles co
Univision
Sep 9, 2010 5:30am EDT
tormenta tropical hermine, continÚa debilitÁndose pero causado más daÑo en el norte de texas que en el sur de ese estado. ultimama horaultima horaultima dos muertes.tima horaultima hor que tocaron tierra, un panorama pasado por agua y por el viento. >> ayÚdenme a salir! >> asÍ pedía auxilio la mujer,mr la desesperaciÓn no era para menos, autos flotando pasaban cerca. sumergidos quedaron calles, parques y personas, todo parte de los resultados del paso de la tormenta hermine. >> mi hermano se metiÓ a ayudar al hombre a sacar unas cosas ula >> noviembre esto una inundaciÓn como Ésta se 20 aÑos. >> vinieron los bomberos a decirnos que si querÍamos salir o promoviÉramos unos carros.ulta no alcanzaron a resguardarse.mar los otros tornados tocaron Áreas rurales. tima h hermine causÓ la evacuac de miles de personas, ahora se dirige a oklahoma,ultioratima ha >> mucha lluvia en texas. hablando de agua, el sur de mÉxico las lluvias se han prolongado por varios dÍas produciendo inundaciones en cuatro estados del sur del paÍs donde miles de personas han tenido que abandonar sus vivienda
Univision
Sep 29, 2010 5:30am EDT
horaulhdultimh >> un estudiante de 19 aÑos protagonizÓ una balacera en la universidad de texas, no hiriÓ a nadie y despuÉs se quitÓ la vida. >> hay fracciones tras reabrirse la investigaciÓn a un agente que dijo ver sido herido a balazos por narcotraficantes mexicanos en el desierto de arizona. algunos lo comparan con pinocho. >> por segunda vez en menos de un mes se produce un evacuaciÓn en la torre eiffel. horaultimaa >> buenas noches a todos, bienvenidos a Última hora. el deslave ocurrido en una zona rural del estado de oaxaca ha dejado muertos y desaparecidos. pero no en la cantidad de que oficialmente se dijo en un comienzo. debido a las dificultades de acceso, no hay oraultima horauld informaciÓn. ulti >> la tragidia en la comunidad de santa marÍa de chapultepec. ante el cortado de los caminos, la fuertes lluvias se especulÓ de casas sepultadas y cerca de 600 personas como vÍctimas. luego que llegaron los primeros ultima horaulhdultima horaultimr desaparecidas, incluso al llegar a oaxaca entrevistamos al gobernador y nos confirmÓ la cifra. >> cuatro personas fallecidas,12 persona
CSPAN
Sep 29, 2010 8:00pm EDT
: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from virginia, mr. boucher, and the gentleman from texas, mr. poe, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from virginia. mr. boucher: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on the legislation now under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. boucher: mr. speaker, i yield to myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for as much time as he may consume. mr. boucher: and i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. boucher: mr. speaker, i rise this evening in strong support of the law enforcement officers safety act improvements act of 2010. in 2004 the congress approved the bipartisan law enforcement officers safety act which allows qualified, retired and current law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm anywhere in the united states. the law requires that retired officers maintain appro
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